What makes Brazil unique?

What makes Brazil unique from other countries?

Brazil is unique in the Americas because, following independence from Portugal, it did not fragment into separate countries as did British and Spanish possessions in the region; rather, it retained its identity through the intervening centuries and a variety of forms of government.

What’s something unique about Brazil?

Brazil is home to the 2nd longest river in the world The Amazon river flows through Brazil and is the 2nd longest river in the world (the Nile is the longest). It is home to lots of animals including the Amazon river dolphin, electric eel and the green anaconda snake.

What is the main culture in Brazil?

The Portuguese culture is by far the dominant of these influences; from it Brazilians acquired their language, their main religion, and most of their customs.

Why is Brazil important globally?

Brazil's gross domestic product of 1,445 billion US dollars (in 2020) makes it one of the world's largest economies. The country has the greatest wealth of biodiversity anywhere in the world, the biggest remaining area of rainforest and also, with the Amazon, the largest river by discharge volume.